Science

How Cold Is It in Outer Space?

Even the coldest places on Earth do not compare to how frigid outer space is.

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Frozen bird turns out to be 46,000-year-old horned lark

Scientists have recovered DNA from a well-preserved horned lark found in Siberian permafrost.
Topics: DNA, Genetics

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NASA Insight lander will give its stuck Mars 'Mole' a push - CNET

The heat probe has been treading soil for a year now.
Topics: NASA, Space, Mars

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New drilling tech could tap Earth’s geothermal energy by melting through rocks

Could high-frequency microwave-beam tech help us drill deeper than ever before?
Topics: Microwaves

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Scientists crack the mystery of liquid light interactions in organic materials

A team of scientists from the Hybrid Photonics Laboratory at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) and the University of Sheffield (UK) made a breakthrough in understanding nonlinear physics of the strong interaction of organic...
Topics: Physics

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Shaping the rings of molecules

Canadian chemists discover a natural process to control the shape of "macrocycles," molecules of large rings of atoms, for use in pharmaceuticals and electronics.
Topics: Scientific Discoveries

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Register to Join a Special April 16 Media Tour of a Telescope Instrument that Will Create a 3D Map...

Members of the media are invited to attend a mid-April dedication of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI), which is scheduled to begin its five-year mission to construct a 3D map of the universe in the coming months.
Topics: Telescopes, Space, Galaxies

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'It’s not that much money to change the course of human history'

One of Bill Nye's top priorities is maintaining support for a mission to bring a sample of Martian rock back to Earth.

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Chicago Public School students go beyond coding and explore artificial intelligence with Argonne...

The U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory's Educational Programs and Outreach department hosted Computer Science for All -- Coding and Beyond, in December as a part of the Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago initiative.

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Hubble Team Wins the 2020 Michael Collins Trophy

The operations people behind the Space Telescope's 30 years of breakthrough science are honored by the National Air and Space Museum.
Topics: Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, Space, Museum

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Department of Energy to Provide $100 Million for Solar Fuels Research

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a plan to provide up to $100 million over five years for research on artificial photosynthesis for the production of fuels from sunlight.
Topics: Solar Power

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[Update: OnePlus statement] OnePlus 8 launch might be online-only

Update and editor’s note: This story originally claimed that OnePlus is not holding a physical launch event for the OnePlus 8, and suggested this was directly tied to COVID-19 concerns. While we still believe there won’t be a physical...

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Elon Musk Reveals Nearly Completed Starship Nosecone in Twitter Video 

The SpaceX CEO showed in his Twitter the assembly of a nearly-completed Starship nosecone inside the company’s South Texas Starship factory, an indication that the flight debut of the prototype may be fast approaching.
Topics: Twitter, Social Media, Science Videos, SpaceX, Space

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Here are all the science projects that SpaceX will be delivering to the ISS

The projects cover research into topics from growing human heart cells to making more comfortable sneakers
Topics: SpaceX, Space, International Space Station

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Improbable Planet: Doomed Jupiter-Size Gas Giant Perilously Close to Star Spotted by Astronomers

The hot exoplanet is located at such a close distance to its host star that, according to current models of planet formation, it should not even exist. However, at least 337 out of all discovered exoplanets are, in fact, hot gas giants that are...
Topics: Space, Jupiter, Exoplanets, Scientific Discoveries

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How earthquakes deform gravity

Lightning - one, two, three - and thunder. For centuries, people have estimated the distance of a thunderstorm from the time between lightning and thunder.
Topics: Earthquakes

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Newly-Discovered, Weather-Sensitive 'Greta Thunberg' Snail Eats Greens and Avoids High-Speed Travel

The never-before-classified species of tiny brown snails was discovered recently by scientists on the island of Borneo near Malaysia by a company that teams up citizen scientists with researchers for discovery expeditions.
Topics: Scientific Discoveries

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Study proves bumblebees can find objects in the dark they’ve only seen before

Humans have big brains and can store information in a way that allows the information to be retrieved by different senses. Scientists call this multi-sensory integration and it allows humans to form mental images of the world and is a key part of...

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Smaller animals faced surprisingly long odds in ancient oceans

A new fossil study from Stanford University shows extinction was unexpectedly common among smaller sea creatures in the deep past.
Topics: Fossils, Paleontology

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Fossilized wing gives clues about Labrador's biodiversity during the Cretaceous

A fossilised insect wing discovered in an abandoned mine in Labrador has led palaeontologists from McGill University and the University of Gda?sk to identify a new hairy cicada species that lived around 100 million years ago.
Topics: Biodiversity, Scientific Discoveries

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